We get asked a lot of questions about our screenprinting services. Here are the answers to some of the more common questions. If this still doesn't help you, don't hesitate to contact us!
A: Absolutely! We would be happy to talk with you about printing your project for you. Click on REQUEST A QUOTE + SUBMIT YOUR PROJECT above to let us know the details of your job. We will look it over and contact you within 1-2 business days to let you know our availability and give you a price estimate.
A: We operate much like a fine dining establishment. It works best for everyone if we can book press time for your project in advance, especially if it is time sensitive. At times, we can be booked well over a month in advance. As far as actual production, we usually allot a print project 2 weeks from receiving print-ready art and down payment to having the completed job ready to ship. This allows for prepress and any trouble shooting, getting your paper/shirts in house, printing, quality control and last but not least, custom boxed packaging for a safe shipment. So the sooner you can contact us to put your print project on our radar, the better!
A: Sure thing, if we can squeeze it in, but we will charge a rush fee.
I need my job in less than two week: 10% rush charge
I need my job in less than one week: 20% rush charge.
A: One of these following ways: Check or Money Order, Paypal, Credit Card, Cash (ONLY if you are picking up prints in person)
A: We like to use UPS, but if you have a preferred shipping method, we are willing to send your job just about any way you like. Prints are shipped in custom-built boxes with padding and corner reinforcements.
A: Our standard paper is 100lb cover weight Cougar White. For specialty colors, we use any of the many different 80lb and 100lb cover French papers.
Through our paper suppliers, we can order just about any speciality stock your job requires and will print on it as long as it's suitable for screen printing. Job quotes can and will be affected by stock prices and any additional shipping costs.
A: We primarily use TW Ink 5500 series. It is water-based acrylic and has a semi-matte finish. Using automotive grade pigments, the colors are the brightest we've seen on the market. It dries permanently on paper and is very resistent to scuffing.